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Delphine

Jean

Colossal Squid
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We've just released Delphine.....so's she can go find a fella! She was starting to show signs of broodiness.....cave building, hiding in her pipe and refusing to come out etc

We'll be trying to catch a new one ASAP.

Cheers

J
 


Jean

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Where possible we always release them. We can't breed this species cos they're VERY territorial. And produce upwards of 50,000 eggs :shock: So even if she didn't kill her paramour we Don't want to look after so many squirtlings!


J
 

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